You’re in the store picking up some last minute items. You see someone who looks different, out of place. They are looking around suspiciously with their hands in their pockets. They are surveying everything around them. Or they are following someone. They look like someone that doesn’t belong.
How can you be sure? Could they be a terrorist, kidnapper, robber, or violent offender, getting ready to take advantage of the situation.
There is a key, a solution to this situation.
But let’s carry this a little further. What if you were in an airport, in the office, parking lot, your work place, on a plane, train, bus, first date, on the highway, and you saw someone like this.
And what if it was your child, at the bus stop, in school, on a bicycle, with someone lurking around, maybe sitting in a car waiting for the right opportunity. What can you do?
All You Have To Do Is Look!
Your eyes are a great indicator that can help in predicting violent behavior. The eyes can determine when someone is under too much stress, and prone to violence. That's right.
The more stress a person is under, the more it will show in theeyes. The more white there is around the iris, the more dangerousthat person can become. This is true for most people.
Stress affects the mind and optic nerves behind the eyes. Thispulls the muscles up, moving the irises up into the eye sockets. White space it revealed under the irises. The stress can be froma person’s personal or public life, or both.
As the stress progresses check the eyes for the five stages of stress (sanpaku).
1. A little white under one iris – depth perception is off –accident-prone.
2. White shows under both irises – a lot of stress – they wantto unload
3. More white revealed – extreme stress – they are hidingsomething
4. More white – only half the iris shows – don’t walk – runaway!
5. More white – they want to gain power over you.
Your eyes will show your true mental state. Have you looked in amirror lately?